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October 28, 2010

Quote Of The Day

by Brad Warbiany

The WSJ, on the *injustice* of paperwork snafus in the process of foreclosing on squatters:

The New York Times appeared to have produced a front-page victim on Friday—a woman fighting eviction from her $75,000 home at the hands of lender GMAC. The woman has not paid her mortgage in two years while remaining in the house. Some may view this as a case of rough treatment, but we doubt New York Times subscribers can receive the paper for two years after they stop paying for it.

Yep. It’d be like someone who quit paying for the NYT complaining that they accidentally started delivering it to his neighbor after two years of receiving it for free.

Hat Tip: Irvine Housing Blog

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    Heck, even the Washington Post stopped delivering the paper 6 months after I cancelled my subscription.

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